1Password for Mac gets its first paid upgrade in five years

1Password for Mac is getting its first paid update in five years with today's release of 1Password 7, through MacRumors .

The updated version of the application offers a newly designed sidebar, designed to facilitate the search of passwords and move them between different groups. There is also the option to extract specific passwords in pop-ups for fields like iTunes that 1Password can not automatically complete, which is a useful new feature. In addition, the Safari extension is now directly integrated into the application, so it's one less thing to manage. 1Password is also now integrated with I have been created? database to help determine if your passwords have been compromised.




Oh, and there's a new custom font called Courier Prime Bits because everyone needs to have their own font these days or customers might get bored or something.

AgileBits is managing the new version of 1Password a bit differently this time in terms of how you can buy it. Customers who pay a monthly 1Password subscription (which costs $ 2.99 per month) can simply download the new application and follow its path. If you install 1Password through the Mac App Store, it will only be available through this subscription model.

Otherwise, you can buy the application directly as a paid upgrade from 1Password 6, but only directly through the AgileBits website. 1Password 7 will cost $ 49.99 for a limited time before returning to its usual price of $ 64.99.